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Old 02-19-2008, 06:53 PM   #21
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....Do they clean chains? That is a job.
Well its called a wash, not a wash and do maintence to your vehicle/bike....
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Old 02-19-2008, 06:53 PM   #22
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what? Nobody here uses WD 40 to clean chains?
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what? Nobody here uses WD 40 to clean chains?

no...neither should you...
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You do know it is a bad thing to use pressure washers on a motorcycle don't you? They tend to blow the grease out of wheel and head bearings...
i dont really think he knows that yet....
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Old 02-19-2008, 06:55 PM   #25
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what? Nobody here uses WD 40 to clean chains?
I wasn't referring to what you said, rather how you said it. Attitude doesn't bode well when attempting to sell something. Especially yourself.
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Old 02-19-2008, 06:57 PM   #26
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and....using a power washer on a bike does nothing unless you have been out in the mudd with a dirt bike
Actually it does; It can damage the radiator, some chains, graphics & any oil seals it is used on..... Which is exactly why I dont use one on my dirt bikes.
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I did say that in the other thread....
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You do know it is a bad thing to use pressure washers on a motorcycle don't you? They tend to blow the grease out of wheel and head bearings...
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Actually it does; It can damage the radiator, some chains, graphics & any oil seals it is used on..... Which is exactly why I dont use one on my dirt bikes.
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I wasn't referring to what you said, rather how you said it. Attitude doesn't bode well when attempting to sell something. Especially yourself.
WTH?:/:
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wow...just wow...anything if applied the wrong way is harmful...
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Actually it does; It can damage the radiator, some chains, graphics & any oil seals it is used on..... Which is exactly why I dont use one on my dirt bikes.
the point was that it doesnt do anything good for the bike, kinda got turned around

sportbikes that is....
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this thread is FAIL
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i got the perfect end to this thread

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You people are just like RacerX sometimes...only jesus and him know best :/:
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woho I just got an interview with Home Depot
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